The Center provides support to students as they begin and transition to The College at Brockport. Located in C5/C7 Cooper Hall, the Center provides a quiet space to work (alone or in a group), utilize a computer lab, obtain one-on-one math tutoring, and meet with a licensed mental health counselor.
It is important for new transfers to be aware of the academic expectations at The College at Brockport and to develop study and learning strategies that will make the transition go smoothly. The SLC offers a variety of programs that we believe are particularly helpful for transfer student success. We are located in room B-10 Cooper Hall.
A program for those who are of low-income or members of a historically underrepresented minority group, and who are interested in the fields of math, science, health professions or technology programs leading to licensure. C-STEP provides students with a faculty mentor, academic support, financial assistance for standardized test preparation, skill building seminars and internships.
Through academic, financial and administrative assistance, the Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program assists eligible students in applying for study leading to a PhD.
The Office for Students with Disabilities provides support and assistance to students with medical, physical, emotional or learning disabilities, especially those experiencing problems in areas such as academic program, career choice, or adjustment to the college experience and campus environment.
Located right on campus, the Brockport Child Development Center has been delivering high quality care and education to the SUNY community for over 35 years. Our professional teaching staff provides age/stage appropriate programming to children, ages 8 weeks to 12 years, and offer peace of mind to their parents. We would welcome the opportunity to offer our services to your family.
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Dinner and a Movie with the Friends of Drake Memorial Library
6:30 pm - 9:15 pm